Step One: Pull a set of vintage German (Vero?) chairs out of the pile of treasures.
Step two: Flick through a pad of scrapbooking paper left out from a previous scene and find a paper that works with the chair.
Step three: Have a shower and ponder what the scene will be. Think about a patisserie. Realise that four chairs and almost no cakes does not make a good patisserie. Decide to keep it simple and go with a dining room (it's been a while since you did a dining room, after all...)
Step four: Drive to work (after getting dressed, in case you're concerned!) and challenge yourself to doing more than a room corner. Pondering the 1950s chair and the 1950s-style wallpaper, think about an updated take on traditional 1950s style. Then wonder if you could use the shed wall and french doors to create a double room, since the shed seems to be getting no further toward being finished.
Step five: Return home for work, plunder stash for accessories and set up said double-room scene:
Step six: Spend far too much time photographing the scene, before realising blobs of Blu-tack are showing and wine glasses are wonky.
Step seven: Correct wonkyness and re-photograph scene.Step eight: Collapse, 'forgetting' to put away the pieces.